Israel-based weapons manufacturer IMI Systems has secured two new contracts for the delivery of WAVE 350 naval remote controlled weapon stations (RCWS) to two Far Eastern Navies.
The deals will see the compact, lightweight, low-profile WAVE 350 RCWS deployed on naval platforms.
IMI's RCWS solution is an advanced, combat-proven, fully stabilised system that has been designed by the company to meet modern battlefield challenges, thereby offering a comprehensive capability for targeting and weapon handling from within a protected location.
The stabilisation, target tracking and image processing capabilities of the IMI system helps crew members and gunners to acquire targets and enhance their hit probability night and day, both static or when in motion.
RCWS WAVE systems can be easily deployed on all types of combat vehicles, marine vessels, and platforms and static posts.
The Naval WAVE 350 has been customised for marine environment and challenges, and is equipped with 12.7mm NSVT or 0.5 Cal WKM-B machine guns.
Its modular design facilitates the selection a wide range of optical devices and enables flexible control and connections to additional systems.
In addition, the IMI system can be easily customised to meet the requirements of specific customer and budget.
IMI Systems is a wholly owned company that was founded in 1933 by the Government of Israel, which specialises in the development, marketing and installation of complete combat-proven solutions for the land, air, naval and homeland security requirements of the modern battlefield.